Sprinkle in a sentence as a noun

Magic sprinkle dust?I would be satisfied even if Apple had only sticked to making computers/OS.

Google will insist on including "everything's wrong" no matter how many + symbols you sprinkle around.

It takes one junior dev to sprinkle a bit of inheritance on top and wonderous things will start happening in your crash-proof code.

But please don't just sprinkle in the there's-no-freedom-in-China FUD willy-nilly that we've all heard enough of already.

Some writers, however, from sheer exuberance or desire to show off, sprinkle their work liberally with foreign expressions, with no regard for the reader's comfort.

Sprinkle in a sentence as a verb

I've dealt with codebases with such a horrendous build process that it doesn't matter what kind of sugar you sprinkle on top because making any change is practically impossible.

> No, functional programming is not some kind of magic > pixie dust you can sprinkle on a computer and banish > all problems associated with the business of > programming.

" has several other options available:"In cahoots with",\n"defers to",\n"is complicit with",\n"is subservient to",\n"is unquestioning towards"See, you just need to sprinkle a little bit of vocabulary to taste.

I too take the general principles I am taught and go through a process of exercise selection, exercise ordering, repetition and set layout, rest period selection and then sprinkle in modifications.

Sprinkle definitions


a light shower that falls in some locations and not others nearby

See also: scattering sprinkling


the act of sprinkling or splashing water; "baptized with a sprinkling of holy water"; "a sparge of warm water over the malt"

See also: sprinkling sparge


distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon"

See also: scatter dust disperse


cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force; "She splashed the water around her"

See also: splash splosh


rain gently; "It has only sprinkled, but the roads are slick"

See also: spit spatter patter pitter-patter


scatter with liquid; wet lightly; "Sprinkle the lawn"

See also: sparge besprinkle